No doubt, the BlackBerry 10 devices are now powered by a much powerful processor over its predecessor and with a mobile GPU powering the device as well, power consumption will be more. So now, after some tests and feedbacks, BlackBerry has come up with a warning to all. BlackBerry 10 devices may lose their charge when connected to legacy power chargers during heavy use because the device may be trying to pull more current than the charger is able to supply.
Yes, batteries should not be charged with currents too high, but too low is not good either. In this case, if you are leaving your device turned on and charging as well, you better be using either a Original BlackBerry charger or a well reputable charger for newer smartphones. When we say reputable, we look at international accredited brands such as Apple, Samsung, HTC or Nokia. Unfortunately, no, Huawei is not in the list.
BlackBerry 10 devices may lose their charge when connected to legacy power chargers during heavy use because the device may be trying to pull more current than the charger is able to supply. BlackBerry 10 devices require at least a 750mA charger to consistently charge the device. Chargers supplying less than 750mA may not provide enough power to sustain a charge on the device during heavy use.
All BlackBerry branded chargers will print the amperage somewhere on the charger. Ensure the charger displays at least an amperage of 750mA. If a third party charger is being used and the amperage isn’t listed then please contact the third party vendor to learn more about the amperage of the charger.
For best charging results always use the BlackBerry changer supplied with your BlackBerry 10 device.
Hence, indeed, use only Original supplied power adapters for your devices. If your planning on using the pirated, OEM, unbranded chargers which are not Original and certified, well, this serves as a notice, prepare to say goodbye to warranty coverage.
So where can we find these specific Amperes?